U4 Issue | 2007
Addressing corruption in fragile states: what role for donors?
This report takes on board recent international experience and research on fragile states and present operational advice to anyone wanting to tailor strategic reform initiatives. Guidance is provided on a series of categories running from the design and preparation phase, implementation phase and, evaluation phase. In addition a series of crosscutting themes such as aid conditionality and the need for rethinking aid modalities are discussed.
See the theme pages on the U4 Anti-Corruption Resource Centre.
U4 Brief | 2015
The New Deal as an anti-corruption tool? Don't blame the policy, work with it
Dominik Zaum, Jesper Johnsøn, Birte Gippert
U4 Brief | 2014
Doing the wrong things for the right reasons? “Do no harm” as a principle of reform
Michael Johnston and Jesper Johnsøn
U4 Brief | 2013
Political economies of corruption in fragile and conflict-affected states: Nuancing the picture
U4 Issue | 2012
Risks of corruption to state legitimacy and stability in fragile situations
Sarah Dix, Karen Hussmann, Grant Walton
Blog post | Feb 2023
Integrity based approaches: combining rewards and sanctions works best
Guillaume Nicaise, David Jackson, Matthew Jenkins
Blog post | Jan 2023
U4 Director: “How I think when I talk about anti-corruption: porridge and berries, priors and biases”
Peter J. Evans